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Aug 1, 2009 10:30am EDT
think investors had legitimate concerns that because of china and india's growth, there was going to be a supply problem. i think the regulators are acting stupidly. and i chose those words carefully in trying to rein in speculators. neil: careful with stupid it got one guy in a heech heap of trouble. >> i know. i had more time to think about it than he did. as far as the religion, it's interesting. there's an interesting segment of the green movement, christian fund mentalists who believe we need to do the right thing for the earth. and dagen has it right. we want to wean ourselves from foreign oil and try to not pollute the environment where possible. that's the reason for driving this. neil: well, stocks sizzling in july. the dow nearly 10%. our guys say it is not too late to jump on theirs. welcome to the now network. right now five co-workers are working from the road using a mifi, a mobile hotspot that provides up to five shared wifi connections. two are downloading the final final revised final presentation. - one just got an e-mail. - what?! - huh? - it's being revised again. th
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Aug 15, 2009 10:30am EDT
monsoons in india and brazilians taking a lot of money away into ethanol production and it isn't this sinister white house effort. what do you make of it? >> it really isn't a sinister white house effort. we have a two-price system for shirg. we pay domestic producers roughly twice the world price and those that consume sugar are upset about that. they don't like paying twice the price. they are trying to get down to the world price. i don't blame them. it is a perfect example of what you do when you screw around. i'm the only one old enough to remember when hi dad was in price of controls under nixon. it screwed things up terribly. i'm worried we will have it in healthcare and screwed up price system and i'm extremely worried. this sugar thing is an objective lesson. neil: you are referring to -- what do you think? >> price controls are coming in gasoline probably, energy. pause you see what they want to do with regulating. the commodities markets and keeping out speculators. this is the perfect example of how government policy can destroy market pricing. for a commodity that everybo
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